Daytona is a really nice boy who loves to stretch as he slowly wakes up in the morning. His sibling always beat him to the food bowl in the morning so its a mystery as to how he is the biggest of the litter. He has a big sweet face and its so cute and he comes up to his o his foster mom for a head rub, once he manages to get up and going. But once he is up its off to the races with his siblings. They all love running around and chasing each other and having a good wrestle.
He is one of a litter of 4 kittens, 2 girls and 2 boys. He is named after the Daytona race track cause he likes to run around all over and race his litter mates.
He is very sweet and likes being held and petted when he is not racing after his liter mates. Although Daytona is bigger than his brother, his smaller brother is faster so he does all he can to keep up! He has the biggest face of all his litter mates, so he might end up being the biggest of them. He looks so cute sitting straight up with big handsome face.
He is white and tabby gray colored. Really handsome boy!!
If you are interested in Daytona or any of his siblings - Derby, Indy or Laguna, please contact their foster Linda at firstname.lastname@example.org or 925 708 3881.
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